British slang term for toilet
Originates from the Italian word "casa" meaning house.
Jimmy is in the karzy
door Arjun Shah 2 december 2003
It's a toilet, or rather the room containing the toilet. It's from a 19th Century Cockney word 'carsey' meaning a privy, and is itself probably derived from the Italian 'casa' meaning house. Interestingly, the original word 'carsey' could also mean a den or brothel! It does make you wonder what the old Cockneys got up to when they went to the toilet.
Malcolm's been in the karzy for an hour!
Crappin' or five finger shufflin'?
With Malcolm you really don't want to know.
door Croatalin 15 februari 2014

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